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Accumulated Concentration of Cadmium in the Plant Organs of Arabidopsis thaliana Grown in the Soil Contaminated with Cadmium
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Accumulated Concentration of Cadmium in the Plant Organs of Arabidopsis thaliana Grown in the Soil Contaminated with Cadmium
Park, Jong-Bum;
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 Abstract
This study was performed to examine the accumulated concentrations (conc.) of cadmium (Cd) in the organs of Arabidopsis thaliana grown in the soil with different conc. of Cd. The official standard conc. of Cd of pollutant exhaust notified by the Korean ministry of environment (0.1 mg/L) and ten times higher (1 mg/L) and fifty times higher (5 mg/L) conc. and no Cd in the soil as control were used for this investigation. The results showed that accumulated conc. of Cd in the stems of plant grown in the soil with different conc. (0.1, 1 and 5 mg/L) were increased 9%, 24% and 286% respectively, compared with normal plant stem. The accumulated conc. of Cd in the leafs of plant gown in the soil with official standard conc. and conc. ten times higher and conc. fifty times higher were increased 3%, 22% and 453%, respectively, compared with normal plant leaf. The accumulated conc. of Cd in the root of plant grown in the soil with 0.1 and 1 mg/L conc. of Cd were increased 6%, 19%, respectively, compared with normal plant root. However, it was observed about 84% of increased accumulation of the Cd in the root of plant, when highest (5 mg/L) conc. was used. The accumulated conc. of Cd in the different organs of Arabidopsis thaliana were increased according to increase of Cd conc. in the soil. When official standard conc. and ten times higher conc. of Cd were used, the accumulated conc. of Cd increased average 6%, 21%, respectively, compared with normal plant organ, and the accumulated conc. of Cd between leaf, stem and root were not significant. However, the accumulated conc. of Cd in the plant organs gown in the conc. fifty times higher were increased about 285%, compared with normal plant. In addition, the accumulated conc. of Cd in different organs of Arabidopsis thaliana exhibited wide differences between organs, that is, stem was increased 118% than root, leaf was increased 256%, 64% than root and stem, respectively. These results show that accumulated conc. of Cd in Arabidopsis thaliana with highest (5 mg/L) conc. of Cd in soil, were much higher in the leaf than the stem or root in proportion to the conc. of Cd contaminated within the soil.
 Keywords
Cadmium;Accumulated concentration;Arabidopsis thaliana;Soil;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
1.
반응표면분석법을 이용한 Hydroxyapatite 첨가 활성탄에서의 Cd 흡착특성에 관한 연구,안상우;유지영;최재영;박재우;

한국물환경학회지, 2009. vol.25. 6, pp.943-950
2.
반응표면분석법을 이용한 석탄회에서의 Cd 흡착특성에 관한 연구,안상우;최재영;차민환;박재우;

한국지반환경공학회 논문집, 2010. vol.11. 1, pp.19-26
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